Jubilee School is committed to working in close partnership with parents in the provision of a high quality education, within a safe and supportive environment.

Whilst we strive to achieve the very best for the welfare and education of all pupils, it is appreciated that there may be occasions when concerns may be raised regarding a young person’s education or about a particular incident at school. We take such expressions of concern seriously and will follow up on concerns courteously and promptly.

Since 26th June 2020 there 0 complaints.


The best interests of the children and their right to protection drives all decision making within the school. High standards are set for all aspects of safeguarding, with pupils’ safety and well-being central to all school practice.

Information is shared with the Local Children’s Safeguarding Board and Local Authority Designated Officer, working jointly with services involved in the protection and safety of children. Training in safeguarding is given high priority. Staff undertake a comprehensive range of training promoting commitment to a child centred approach to safety. Staffing structures are designed so that safeguarding responsibilities are clearly defined and understood, with accountability clearly established.